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FilmGate Interactive: Miami's Indie Film Scene grows Multidisciplinary

There is a local movement slowly brewing in Miami, one that holds a promise to create a strong film scene. The film community in South Florida has been growing, from incredible cinema art houses to more offerings throughout the year at galleries, museums and even a film program at Art Basel. 977 more words


Year 1 Field Trip day "jam-packed" with sights

By Chloe Muller

NBTB Camp Blogger

It couldn’t come soon enough: On Thursday, Year One students finally set out on their highly anticipated trip into San Francisco. 239 more words

Event: Storycode Sydney - The Art of Perseverance in Transmedia?

Hats off to my mate Ester Harding for launching the Sydney Chapter of Storycode.

Storycode chapters convene real life events designed to educate, inform and connect creators of immersive and interactive stories. 173 more words

Nick Bolton

SXSW Content: Exploring Place with Cross-Platform Storytelling - Case Studies

Next up at SXSW was “Exploring Place with Cross-Platform Storytelling“: examples of how new technologies like geo-tagging, location-aware devices, interactive video and augmented reality are being combined with traditional storytelling methods to explore the world in richer, more in-depth ways than ever before… 340 more words

Digital Media

Out with the Old, in with the New (Goodbye 2012, Hello 2013)

Let’s face it, 2012 was a rough year, from fires to floods, to hurricanes, mass shootings, tense elections, economic uncertainty and “Call me Maybe” playing on every radio station,¬† across the U.S. 940 more words

event musings: may 2012 storycode

May 2012 StoryCode Forum
Guidestones and PunchDrunk
Jay Ferguson, Colin Nightingale, Peter Higgin
Tuesday, May 22, 2012 at 7pm
Film Society of Lincoln Center, Film Center Amphitheatre, 144 West 65th Street… 1,291 more words

Theatre (general)

gettin' busy

The past week’s been a bit of a blur and completely fantastic.

When I greet my friends and ask how it’s going, I often get the answer, “Busy.” Typically, they follow the response with a heavy sigh or a diatribe about the pressure they’re under at work. 463 more words